Treasure Island

Clifford Villaflores

Daily Alphabet of Life

Daily Alphabet of Life

A ccept people for who they are
B elieve you can reach the stars
C ourage amidst all the fear
D evotion for God is near
E mpathy for the broken hearted
F eeling great just to hit the pot
G ivers gain a whole lot
H earts on, hands on, minds on
I ntensify your commitment
J ust say it and do it well.
K eep your promises always
L ive each day as if its your last
M ake the most of your time
N ever ever leave your slime
O rganize and plan things ahead
P rocrastination isnt good
Q uit not and take off the hood
R emember from dust you came from
S ing a love song to somebody
T ee off the day positively
U ntie the knot of bitterness
V enture into sweetness
W in-win in all dealings
X ray and examine oneself
Y earn and value one’s life
Z estfully avoid strife.

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Submitted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
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